29,551 oversized tree house Home Design Photos

Patricia B. Warren, AIA Warren Architecture, LLC
13 Reviews
Mid century House
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seen in the openings at the top of the wall and in the muntins of the French doors, tying into the existing house window. The diagonal of the limestone paver pattern draws the visitor from the house to the pond.
No, but the cutting down of the tree is what opened up the yard to sunlight, and made the watergarden possible. The photo was taken from across the watergarden, where there is a stream and waterfall.
I thought the big tree stump was a water feature/ fountain at first!
for privacy on back of house, off of driveway.
flat part of deck going out to tree stump.
Wooden steps? Paved all the way to house
Privacy Wall with Transom Openings. Possible Fence Idea across front of house.
“Steps, gsrdens” — shermandesign
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room in the house, with only a small window at the back. To make it as bright and welcoming as possible, Apostolou opted for white cabinets and countertops, and installed windows wherever possible. It’s now the family’s favorite room in the house. Floor-to-ceiling sliding windows open to a tree-filled backyard
room in the house, with only a small window at the back. To make it as bright and welcoming as possible, Apostolou opted for white cabinets and countertops, and installed windows wherever possible. It’s now the family’s favorite room in the house.Floor-to-ceiling sliding windows open to a tree-filled backyard
in the house, with only a small window at the back. To make it as bright and welcoming as possible, Apostolou opted for white cabinets and countertops, and installed windows wherever possible. It’s now the family’s favourite room in the house. Floor-to-ceiling sliding windows open onto a tree-filled
“Kitchen” — antoirina
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
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we can just create a complete 2nd patio at the lower level. get rid of all the trees etc.
House is to modern like the deck area but to far from the house for me.
Absolutely perfect hous
Side of house...Lighting from tree...specimen tree...stone house
“Bench” — Marisol Nunez
Aiken House & Gardens
Carolyn Aiken
Ideabooks21,433
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two. And how romantic that an arbor like this isn’t necessarily attached to the house? Maybe it’s out on the “back 40,” down a winding trail and beside a pond … or even 20 feet from the back door but screened by trees or foliage (I’m picturing climbing roses). Somehow that distance and privacy add a
for two.And how romantic that an arbor like this isn’t necessarily attached to the house? Maybe it’s out on the “back 40,” down a winding trail and beside a pond … or even 20 feet from the back door but screened by trees or foliage (I’m picturing climbing roses). Somehow that distance and privacy add a
“Corners” — mygraygirl
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Maine Retreat
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shape of path....low plants in front of larger trees. small fence to conceal a/c or patio
plantings and privacy via pine trees
Pathway to side of the house.
FINALLY, ALL THE LITTLE UGLY THINGSThe hot water tankDown the side of the house is a great place for a windy garden path to lead an eye invitingly. Use of quaint lattice screens to match the house avert the eye from a hot water tank.
“Pathway” — varshinireddy
Meissner Landscape, Inc
Bayside Retreat
Ideabooks2,668
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Hi Wow, what an incredible garden. I have an ocean front home and have struggled with landscaping for the front of the house until now. I have made notes of the plants you mentioned in previous postings but would appreciate all the details . I promise, I do not live on your
Bugle weed. Good under trees but invasive
the challenge is bugle weed (Ajuga reptens, zones 3 to 10), a rapidly spreading evergreen ground cover that creates” “ajuga ground cover for under house around oil tank”
“Hydrangea” — daniellekehrig
Kemp Hall Studio
22 Reviews
2012 HGTV Green Home
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Small guest house and easy porch
this concrete wall isn't so bad but don't think it goes with our house, like the grave.
Area in front of house by trampoline
Shrubs /tree on hill
pool house?...Background of trees...back house!...guest house
“Furniture for porch” — donnaweathers
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Lake Home Exterior
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What a fabulous house and beautiful surroundings. Looks like Bikini blue to me. Our son is getting ready to repaint his pool and this pool looks like what his is, I love it when they paint the POOL bottom very dark looks more like a lagoon then.
Again the columnar trees.
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palm trees
“Plants” — joeloramyjohnson
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